Chinese president to attend APEC meeting, visit PNG, Brunei and Philippines

Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay state visits to Papua New Guinea (PNG), Brunei and the Philippines from Nov. 15 to 21, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said on Monday.

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  • New global survey shows Chinese most optimistic about their country

    Nov 12,2018

    China is the most optimistic country in the world, with 91.4 percent of its citizens believing their country will become better a place in the next decade, according to a report released Monday.

  • Death toll from California's wildfire rises to record 29

    Nov 12,2018

    The death toll from Northern California's massive wildfire rose to 29 after local officials confirmed that six more bodies have been recovered from the fire-raged area on Sunday, reaching a previous record.

  • 6 killed, 15 wounded as blast rocks Kabul

    Nov 12,2018

    At least six people were confirmed dead and 15 others wounded in a blast that rocked Kabul on Monday, police spokesman Basir Majahid said.

  • Draft law to tighten supervision after vaccine scandal

    Draft law to tighten supervision after vaccine scandal

    Nov 12,2018

    China is seeking to tighten supervision over vaccines through a new law after the Changchun Changsheng scandal that involved the production and sale of substandard vaccines.

  • Cold blasts in the forecast for Northern China

    Cold blasts in the forecast for Northern China

    Nov 12,2018

    Cold blasts are in the forecast for northern parts of the country from Monday to Saturday, resulting in precipitation in these areas from the west to the east and pushing out air pollution around the capital, authorities said.

  • Air pollution level continues to worsen in New Delhi

    Nov 12,2018

    The air pollution level in India's capital city New Delhi Monday continued to be in the very poor category, officials said.To contain the pollution levels, authorities have banned entry of trucks in the city and already ordered a halt on all construction activities involving excavation with its limits.

  • Ex-hunter preserves ethnic skills in Tibet

    Ex-hunter preserves ethnic skills in Tibet

    Nov 12,2018

    Dawa is an ethnic Lhopa man living in the Tibet autonomous region's Manling, a county with a long history in growing medicinal plants and developing Tibetan medicinal science.

  • Chinese street food sold out in three hours upon opening in New York

    Nov 12,2018

    China's restaurant chain serving Shaxian County cuisine has opened its first eatery in the United States in October but closed three hours after it was officially opened to the public as all the dishes on the menu were sold out.

  • Artworks showcase hospitality, opening-up

    Artworks showcase hospitality, opening-up

    Nov 12,2018

    A tour of the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, where about a hundred artworks were on display for the China International Import Expo, conveyed one such association in particular: China's welcoming and openness to the world.

  • Chinese sci-fi writer Liu Cixin wins Arthur C. Clarke award

    Chinese sci-fi writer Liu Cixin wins Arthur C. Clarke award

    Nov 09,2018

    Liu Cixin won 2018 Arthur C. Clarke Award for Imagination in Service to Society from the Clarke Foundation at the Sidney Harman Hall in Washington DC.

  • Content drives online culture boom

    Content drives online culture boom

    Nov 09,2018

    Online culture is flourishing in China, according to Gao Xiang, vice-minister of the Cyberspace Administration of China. Users of online games, livestreaming services and literature-reading platforms have each exceeded 400 million.

  • Porcelains of Ming Dynasty imperial kilns on display at Palace Museum

    Porcelains of Ming Dynasty imperial kilns on display at Palace Museum

    Nov 08,2018

    Some 300 royal porcelain artifacts and samples from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) are on display at the Palace Museum in Beijing, giving visitors a glimpse of the extravagant imperial lifestyle in the Forbidden City back during the 16th and 17th centuries.

  • Pandas benefit as their keepers adapt

    Pandas benefit as their keepers adapt

    Nov 09,2018

    Forty-eight captive giant pandas were born worldwide this year. Forty-five are alive, bringing the total number of captive pandas globally to 548, said Li Chunliang, deputy director of the National Forestry and Grassland Administration.

  • Captive pandas reach 548, a record high

    Nov 09,2018

    The number of giant pandas living in captivity has reached 548, a record high, and the survival rate of panda cubs born in captivity reached 93 percent this year.

  • Public panda program shows China's commitments to protecting endangered species

    Public panda program shows China's commitments to protecting endangered species

    Nov 06,2018

    A public welfare program aiming to share stories of panda-human relationships has been unveiled to the public, presenting China's tremendous ecological conservation achievements in protecting the endangered species.

  • Giant panda Gao Gao returns home after 15 years in U.S.

    Giant panda Gao Gao returns home after 15 years in U.S.

    Nov 01,2018

    After 15 years at San Diego Zoo in California, Gao Gao returned to the Chinese Center for Research and Conservation for the Giant Panda in Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, on Thursday.

  • Pandas enjoy first snow in NE China

    Pandas enjoy first snow in NE China

    Oct 30,2018

    Two giant pandas at the Yabuli skiing resort enjoy the snowfall in northeastern China's Heilongjiang Province on Saturday. The pandas, called Sijia and Youyou, are 11-year-old male and 12-year-old female, respectively.

  • Panda park to strictly limit human activity

    Panda park to strictly limit human activity

    Oct 30,2018

    China on Monday established an administrative bureau for the Giant Panda National Park, with human activity to be strictly limited within the park.

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